From: MISS DIANA N SHAW (BLFR64A@prodigy.com)
Date: Mon Sep 21 1998 - 06:42:35 EDT
Quick, stupid brain-picking question from amateur lurker:
Am trying to go back to regaining lost (rotten) Hebrew, while
practicing rotten Greek, by reading Daniel in Heb & Sept together.
Problem is, Sept apparatus is using a capital M (regular font) not
covered in its abbreviations list. Is that just a slip-of-the-font
for the old-English (or whatever) M = Masoretic Text? Or is there a
standard abbreviation "M" that they expect everyone to recognize
without their bothering to list it? There are some such expressions
used, e.g., "inscr" for, I assume, "inscriptions."
Thank you for tutoring the unlettered.
Diana N. Shaw
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